November/December 2017 ~ Cheshvan/Kislev/Tevet ~ Vol. 5778
Through the McHenry County Conservation District Adopt-a-Trail program, we keep clean the section of the bike trail between McHenry County College and Ridgefield Road, 2/5 of a mile. Through the McHenry County Adopt-a-Highway program, we keep clean the stretch of Ridgefield Road from MCJC west to Route 14, one mile. We meet at MCJC at noon on the third Sunday of the month.
MCJC is providing Dinner to the Woodstock PADS shelter on the fourth Wednesday of the month, now through April. Please contact temporary PADS Coordinator Bruce Weiss at email@example.com to participate through cooking, monetary donations and serving food.
“Habitat for Humanity believes that everyone should have a decent, safe and affordable place to live. We build and repair houses all over the world using volunteer labor and donations.” To aid in this, the MCJC Social Action Committee is coordinating volunteer efforts with the local McHenry County Habitat for Humanity group. We volunteer on Wednesdays at the work site (locations change depending on build schedules). No construction experience is required, only the desire to help. We are supervised by experienced personnel. All tools and safety equipment are supplied by Habitat. For a look at some of the projects we are currently involved in, go to www.habitatmchenry.org/current-projects. If you would like to volunteer, please contact Howard Frank through Social Action, firstname.lastname@example.org. Write “Howard” in the subject line.
MCJC is providing Dinner to the Woodstock PADS shelter on the
fourth Wednesday of the month, now through April. Please contact
PADS Coordinator Amy Yoslov-Llaneta through Social Action, email@example.com, to participate through cooking, monetary donations, and serving food. Write “Amy” in the subject line.